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English courts will not generally interfere with court proceedings in Brussels Regulation member states, expert says

A recent High Court decision shows that courts in England will not usually interfere with litigation taking place in other countries that are signatories to the Brussels Regulation, an expert has said. 27 Mar 2014

Delay to the operation of new unified patent court

A new court system that is being set up to handle disputes about unitary patents may not be operational until 2016, the group established to deliver the new system has said. 24 Mar 2014

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Stan James wins latest battle over alleged infringement of football match data rights

Football authorities in England and Scotland have lost the latest round of a legal battle with a gambling operator over the alleged infringement of their intellectual property rights. 20 Mar 2014

English civil court reforms "inconsistent, time-consuming and costly", says Law Society

Civil courts in England and Wales are increasingly valuing "administration over access to justice" since wide-ranging reforms to procedures and costs came into force last year, the Law Society has claimed. 20 Mar 2014

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